Palm Angels confirms future opening on Paris’s rue Saint Honoré
Luxury streetwear label Palm Angels has confirmed it will open its first Parisian store at 217 rue Saint-Honoré, as FashionNetwork.com reported in July. Palm Angels, owned by Farfetch via the New Guards Group, has in fact announced that the two-level store, will be inaugurated at the beginning of 2023.
While awaiting the store's official opening, and with Paris Fashion Week set to start on September 26, Francesco Ragazzi, founder and creative director of Palm Angels, has unveiled an installation designed in collaboration with Atelier Athem.
The future Palm Angels store’s façade has been covered with a vertical garden made of plants, lianas, moss and palm leaves, a luxuriantly green teaser of its forthcoming inauguration.
Palm Angels was launched in 2015 and has been showing in Milan since 2017. It currently operates two stores in the USA, in Miami and Las Vegas, and one in Milan, opened in June.
In the last few years, Palm Angels has broadened its range by heading in a lifestyle direction. In addition to ready-to-wear collections for men, women and children aged 4-12, it also features accessories, eyewear developed in-house, fragrances in collaboration with Swedish producer 16-69, and has also launched a home decoration line.
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